Online English Olympiad Class Syllabus for Grade 2

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Syllabus

Sentence and Punctuations

  • What is a sentence?
  • Types of sentence
  • Subject and predicate
  • Jumbled words: make a proper sentence
  • Punctuation (capital letters, full stop, comma, question mark, exclamation mark)
  • Commas with direct addresses and after introductory words
  • Capitalising the names of people and pets and titles of respect
  • Capitalising days, months and holidays
  • Capitalising the names of places and geographic feature
  • To write the pronoun ‘I’ in capital whenever it appears in a sentence

Assorts

Word Power: Homophones, Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals and their sounds, clothes, body parts, basic emotions, food, etc.

  • Words that sound alike but have a different meaning
  • Compound words
  • Animals and their babies
  • Sounds and groups
  • Word pairs
  • Identify the words from the picture

Synonyms and Antonyms

  • Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Choose the synonym
  • Which sentence has the same meaning?
  • Find synonyms in context
  • Choose the antonym
  • Which sentence uses an antonym?
  • Find antonyms in context

Nouns and Pronouns

  • What is a noun?
  • Types of noun
  • Identify the common and proper noun
  • Identify the abstract and concrete noun
  • Formation of an abstract noun by adding a suffix
  • Possessive nouns
  • Identify nouns
  • Identify personal pronoun
  • Replace the noun with a personal pronoun
  • Compound subjects and objects with "I" and "me"
  • Identify possessive pronouns
  • Use possessive pronouns
  • Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns
  • Use reflexive pronouns

Singular-Plural

  • Countable and uncountable noun 
  • Regular plural with -s, -es and -ies
  • Irregular plural noun
  • Singular noun to form the plural by changing inside the vowel
  • Difference between possessive and plural

Gender and Relations

  • Gender
  • Types of gender
  • Gender and relations
  • Identify the correct gender
  • Rewrite the sentence by correcting gender

Verbs and adverbs

  • What is a verb?
  • Action verbs and primary verbs
  • Use of is, are, am + ing form of verbs
  • Use of was, were + ing form of verbs
  • Identify action verbs and primary verbs
  • Main verbs - base, past and past participle form
  • Introduction of Adverbs- words that add more to a verb, adjective, another adverb

Adjectives

  • Adjectives- quality, quantity (number), shape, color
  • Degrees of adjectives
  • Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many?
  • Identify the adjective that describes the noun
  • Identify adjectives
  • Choose between adjectives and adverbs
  • Is the word an adjective or adverb?
  • Use adjectives to compare

Articles and Prepositions

  • Vowels and consonants
  • Articles (a and an, the)/ Definite and indefinite articles and their appropriate use
  • Prepositions- date, place, time, direction

Conjunctions

  • Conjunctions - and, but, as, because, if, so, though, although
  • Use of linking words (e.g. 'because', 'and', 'also' etc.)

Contractions

  • Full form – Contraction
  • Common contractions
  • Identify contraction in a sentence

The question words

  • Question words: how, what, why, when, who, which
  • The use of question words in a sentence
  • Identify the correct question word in a sentence

Simple Tenses – Present, past and future

  • Simple tenses (past, present, future)
  • Use of e/es with singular subject in present tense
  • Use of do/does in simple present tense
  • Use of 'did' in past tense
  • Identify verbs in the regular past tense
  • Use 'will' in simple future tense
  • Is the sentence in the past, present or future tense
  • Change the sentence to future tense

Comprehension (Stories and Poetry)

Search for and retrieve information from various text types like stories, Anecdotes, etc.

  • Comprehension Passage
  • Read and mark key words
  • Find the correct answer from the passage

Spoken and Written Expressions

Acquire a broad understanding of and look for specific information in short texts like messages, invitations, etc.

  • Creative writing: format of writing message and invitation

Search for retrieve information from various text types like stories, short dialogues, etc

  • Paragraph writing of approximately 80 words with one central idea that introduces a topic
  • Make a short and simple story with a suitable title and moral
  • Short dialogues: simple dialogues in simple tenses

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